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walters. >>> the president in beijing with a trillion dollar dilemma. america's sea of red actually re rips the chinese? robert krulwich will take "closer look." >>> and hide and seek at the bottom of the sea. discovering top secret submarines last seen in world war ii. the moisturizer in other body washes sits on top of skin. only new dove has nutriummoisture... which can nourish deep down. new dove body wash with nutriummoisture. superior natural nourishment for your skin. transform drinks you want, into cold medicine you need. introducing fast crystal packs. a new way from alka-seltzer plus to... get cold and flu relief in a taste-free, fizz-free powder. alka-seltzer plus. >>> sarah palin's new book went on sale today, soaring right to the top of several best seller lists. the memoirs of the former alaska governor are being scrutinized for new clue to the one question so many are asking. will she or won't she? barbara walters sat down with the former vice presidential candidate to ask whether she intends to run for president. >> reporter: well, here is the big question. do you ever
: from officers who -- >> spoke little english when he came to america as a teenager, but he put himself through college. >> reporter: to the sergeant, amy krueger, who wanted to win the war on terrorism, all by herself. >> when her mother told her she couldn't take on osama bin laden herself, amy replied "watch me." >> reporter: the president was unambiguous in judgment. >> no just in loving god looks upon them with favor. for what he has done, we know that the killer will be met with justice, in this world and the next. >> reporter: but most of all, the president paid tribute, not just to the killed and wounded, but to all in the military who now bear such burdens. >> we need not look to the past for greatness, because it is before our very eyes. long afternoon they are laid to rest, it will be said that this neration believed under the most trying of tests, believed in perseverance. not just when it was easy, but when it was hard. they paid the price, and bore the burden to secure this nation and stood up for the values that live in the hearts of all free peoples. >> reporter: with th
morning america" and continuing on "world news." >>> and still ahead -- on this broadcast, facing the steps of the accused ft. hood shooter. the new evidence that it was premeditated. >>> the world's biggest pulling up stakes after homes were bulldo bulldozed. >>> and a block party with 370 billion pieces. lego has something to celebrate. we've learned a lot. , we've learned that meatloaf and jenga can be more fun... than reservations and box seats. that who's around your tv is more important than how big it is. that cars aren't for showing how far we've come, but for taking us where we want to go. we've learned that the best things in life don't cost much. and at allstate, they don't cost much to protect. so protect them. put them... in good hands. ♪ that's when i'd had it with heartburn. it was supposed to be the night i would hook mr. right. i mean look at him - he is really bringing it. and look at me - i'm blank. i got nothing. that's when i had it with frequent heartburn. that's when i got prevacid®24hr... and husband number two! (announcer) the #1 prescribed ac
their voices to gloat. >> i think there's a political rebellion going on in america. what we saw last night was just a glimpse of it. in our exit polls, well over 80% of voters in new jersey and virginia said they are worried about the economy. those most worried voted for republicans in huge numbers. >> we are in a crisis. the times are extraordinarily difficult, but i stand here tonight full of hope for our future. >> reporter: majorities of voters in those two states, says this was not a referendum on the president. and today, his aides tried to downplay that long term significance of the results. >> these are tough times, and obviously there is a heavy burden and responsibility that falls, that falls on the governing party. and that's just something you accept. that's part of the deal. >> reporter: however, the president did make high-profile trips to rally his base in both states. >> we will not lose this election if all of you are as committed as you were last year. >> reporter: they were not even close. younger voters, president obama's strongest block, stayed home. and the crucial i
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to be a lot more on this story on "nightline" and tomorrow on "good morning america." >>> still ahead, opponents of health care reform storm capitol hill. as democrats move toward a critical vote. >>> and vaccination controversy. wall street firms getting swine flu vaccine before many doctors on main street get it. >>> and inside ft. hood, a community that has endured so much, but never a day like this. ♪ let's take a look at the stats. mini has more than double the fiber and whole grain... making him a great contender in this bout... against mid-morning hunger. honey nut cheerios is coming in a little short. you've got more whole grain in your little finger! let's get ready for breakfaaaaaaaaaast! ( ding, cheering, ringing ) keeping you full and focused with more than double the fiber and whole grain... in every tasty bite -- frrrrrrosted mini-wheeeeats! didn't know i had it in me. like she was drifting away. we wanted to be there for her... to hold on to her. mom's doctor said his symptoms were signs of alzheimer's, a type of dementia, and that prescription aricept could help. it'
morning america," but robin points out she had to show her i.d., her photo, twice. is it possible that this couple was able to get past two sections of security? >> reporter: i got off the phone with security officials who said it's not clear if the couple went through that second checkpoint. the secret service is going to do a secure review to see exactly what went wrong. inspection division is involved. they plan to talk to everybody who was apart of the process, and yes they are going to talk to the couple. >> all right, pierre thomas, thank you. >>> we're going to turn now to the gatherings that went as planned as we celebrated our d oldest national holiday today. with all the traditions, from football games to family get togethers the day began as it always does, with that big parade. ron claiborne was there. >> reporter:en estimated 3 million people turned out for the macy's parade on a gray but balmy day in new york. there were a handful of new balloons cruising the streets. spider-man, mickey mouse, ronald mcdonald. >> i used to come as a kid. that's why i want to pass i
their america west flight from miami. tsa screeners turned them in. >> people are blowing the whistle more often, whether it's other pilots, it's flight attendants, people are simply saying, "we're not going to give a pass to somebody who we think may have been drinking." >> reporter: pilot joe balzer flew drunk in march of 1990, carrying 91 passengers from fargo to minneapolis. he was arrested and served a year in prison. so when you think back to march 1990, that wasn't your only flight. >> no, absolutely not. >> reporter: he didn't consider himself an alcoholic at the time, masking it by getting through the job. are you convinced there are pilots out there like you in 1990? >> oh, absolutely, and there's also people doing brain surgery, delivering babies, teaching kindergarten. >> reporter: in fact, he says the bottom line, they need help. we got it himself and has been flying for ten years now. and the faa encouraged pilots to seek that help, before they get into the cockpit. authorities say no matter how rare these care cases are, fellow crew members must remain vigilant. and in this case,
of america's wealthiest people cast a big vote of confidence in the u.s. economy today. berkshire hathaway is going to invest $34 billion for complete ownership of burlington northern, the nation's top freight rail road. all-in bet on the future of the united states. bianna golodryga has the story. >> reporter: good evening, charlie. what warren buffet calls his bet on america is his largest deal ever made, but the real headline behind the deal is not how much it costs, but what it says about the u.s. economy. right there. >> okay, the hot seat. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview this summer, warren buffett told abc news that when it comes to gauging whether or not the economy is on track, one of his focuses is on railroad tracks. what indicators do you look at on a daily basis? >> i do think thgs rail car holdings are important. i mean, that tells you what is coming in to this country, going out and so on. >> reporter: at the time, his general outlook was somber. freight shipments had declined by 20% from one year before. today, he provided this statement to abc news. "i have no notio
and swear allegiance to the constitution and to defend america against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and have that type of conflict. >> fbi and intelligence officials went to capitol hill tonight to brief members of congress about hasan's communications with suspected terrorists who explain who knew what inside the government, when they knew it and why so little was done about it, charlie. >> our chief investigative correspondent brian ross, thank you. >>> our white house correspondent, jake tapper, sat down today with an exclusive and asked him if the u.s. knew that major hasan was reaching out to al qaeda. >>> without getting into specifics, are you concerned about, based on what you know, about the case at ft. hood, that the government was not talking to itself the way after 9/11 tried to insure it would. >> here two things i can say right now. number one, we are all heartbroken by what happened at ft. hood, i'll be heading out there so i can personally express the incredible heartbreak that we all feel for the loss of these young men and women. the second thing i can absolutely
her soul made her america's first black billionaire but brought some backlash, like when she praise and attacked james frye over his fabricated memory. >> i really feel duped. >> reporter: some christians took her to task for her new age beliefs. and last year, she angered both republicans and hillary clinton democrats by helping barack obama get elected. in the past five years, the most popular figure on television lost 43% of her most valuable demographic. but of course, all the major networks have seen their ratings slide in recent years. and by moving her attention to the oprah winfrey network on cable, she changes the game even more. >> i think the audience is just going to have to follow her, right? i mean, they probably will. >> reporter: since she probably won't host a new show on her new network, next year's final season is certain to be a rating bonanza, because, as the satirical paper "the onion" once put it, "oprah viewers patiently awaiting instructions." >> thanks, everyone, and i'll see you monday. >> reporter: bill weir, abc news, new york. >>> and coming up, the cos
years. it actually made money selling cars in america. ford's billion dollar profit and upbeat forecast surprised everyone. those who buy cars, sell them and make them. >> clearly to move from break even or better to solid profitability, it means that we'll be making money on all of our vehicle operations. >> reporter: like all car companies, ford got a big boost from the government's cash for clunkers program. two ford models, the focus and the escape, were the only american cars among the top ten sellers. would you have these profits without cash for clunkers? >> well, certainly, cash for clunkers did a lot of good things. it stimulated the economy, it was good for consumers, it got a lot of guzzlers off the roads, so it helped. >> reporter: it also helped that in the latest quality ranks, 90% of ford's models scored "above average," or better. easily beating gm, leaving chrysler in the dust. >> when you look at where ford was two or three years ago versus where they are today, they have absolutely turned the corner and the signs for them moving into next year, i think, are very posit
things. martha, thank you. >>> still ahead on "world news," inside america's fight against the taliban. our reporter in afghanistan on the enemy's deadly resurgence, and that will be our "closer look." >>> parents getting state of the art treatment for children with autism at a fraction of the cost, and no matter where they live. >>> and making music and making history. taylor swift single handedly reviving country music, and he s she's only 19. woman down from nasal allergy attack. but we've ot the amunition she needs: omnaris. (troops) omnaris! to the nose. (general) omnaris works .differently than many other .allergy medications. omnaris fights nasal allergy symptoms that occur from .allergic inflammation... relieve those symptoms with omnaris. side effects may include headache, nosebleed and ore throat. her nose is at ease. we have lift off. (general) remember omnaris! ask your doctor. in the battle against asal allergy symptoms, omnaris combats the ause. and then there is the voice-recognizing, text-out-loud-reading, turn-by-turn-direction- giving sync® system ...in the all-new t
a teenage idol, i mean, you have the moms across middle america swooning for you, as well. >> yeah, it's strange. and it's not really in a kind of ironic way. >> reporter: and with more movies in the pipeline, by the time this saga is over, there may be "twilight grandma" conventions too. neal karlinsky, abc news, hollywood. >> midnight tonight, and most of the tickets already sold. >>> that's "world news" for this thursday. i'm charlie gibson, and i hope you had a good day. for all of us at abc news, have a good night.
weather. >>> putting a new price tag on america's obesity epidemic. the startling prediction about how much we could all pay. >>> and what's at the top of santa's wish list? how about a swine flu shot? announcer: cialis asks, when is it time to get out of those tubs? when we want. when we're in the mood. 's our choice. announcer: today, guys with erectile dysfunction can be ready with another dosing option from cialis. cialis for daily use is a clinically proven low-dose tablet you take every day, so you can be ready anytime the moment is right. so relax and take your time. tell your doctor about your medical condition and all medications and ask if you're healthy enough for sexual activity. don't take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. don't drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long term injury seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than 4 hours. if you have any sudden decrease or loss in hearing or vision stop takin
says, "i'm a pussycat." >> i love you, america! >> reporter: when he walks the streets of delaram, here in the south, he is part translator, part returning hero, part goodwill ambassador. >> people flock to him. he doesn't have to know anyone for more than 30 seconds before they're best friends, they're brothers. >> reporter: but on command, fazil can still unleash the look that made him into a working actor. show me the bad guy look. >> sure. you're trying to insult me, aren't you? i'm serious. >> reporter: cut and print. i wonder if his agent gets a piece of the action? miguel marquez, abc news, afghanistan. >> and that is "world news" for this monday. i'm charlie gibson. and i hope had you a good day for for all of us at abc news, have a good night. build your subway famous $5 footlong! like a mighty meatball marinara or... succulent black forest ham & cheese. stacked your way from the bread up... with the meats, cheeses, and veggies you want. your flavor's on! subway. eat fresh.
of thanksgiving for the first time, to celebrate america's fruitful fields, and the strength and vigor of the american people, it was in the midst of the civil war. just when the future of our very union was most in doubt. when times were darkest, president lincoln understood that our american blessings shined brighter than ever. i want to wish a happy thanksgiving to every service member at home or in harm's way, that we're proud of you, and we are thinking of you and we're praying for you. >> and the president's prayers will be echoed at millions of thanksgiving tables tomorrow. so many american soldiers and marines will be thinking of home, and so many at home will be thinking of them. it's been a difficult year all around, and hopefully by next year, many more americans will be working and have even more blessings for which to be thankful. that is "world news" for this wednesday. i'm charlie gibson, and i hope you had a good day, and i hope you'll have a great day tomorrow. for all of us at abc news, have a good night. boss: ah! thank goodness you're back. gecko: what's going on,
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